Dance drug linked to drain on the brain


ECSTASY can seriously run down the brain’s supply of serotonin, a neurotransmitter linked to mood swings, say Canadian doctors. Stephen Kish of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto studied the brain of a dead 26-year-old chronic ecstasy user. The man had been taking ecstasy for around nine years, at first about once a month, then in more frequent binges. Ecstasy is thought to produce euphoria by releasing a rush of serotonin, but the brain has trouble replenishing the supply,
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